At the annual Staff Appreciation Day, Duquesne treats employees to a picnic lunch, prize giveaways and a Pirates game.
The Pittsburgh region has more than 10k open jobs requiring some IT skills across a variety of companies and job types.
|Mar. 16||DUQ Reads Kickoff: Japanese/American Culture|
|Mar. 19||Irish Genealogy Workshop|
|Mar. 21||Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Chaz Kellem|
|Mar. 21-||Webinar: Online Quickbooks|
|Mar. 23||Pittsburgh Veterans Jobs Fair|
|Mar. 29||Burgers w/ Big Brothers Big Sisters|
|Apr. 1||4th Annual Women & Biking Forum|
|Apr. 3-5||KINBERCON 2017|
Earning a four-year degree (or more) is just one option. Many good jobs open today and forecast for the future require two years or less of post-high school education or training. The 10-county region has dozens of universities, community colleges, technical schools and career training options; if you can dream it you can become it ... in Pittsburgh.